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Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center: Pioneers of G...

Blog: The LocalHarvest Blog   -   Monday June 26, 2017   -   By Guillermo

Last month, in the midst of gearing up for the CSA season, Oxbow Farm Manager Adam McCurdy took time to talk with LocalHarvest about farming, community, sustainability and much more. Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center is a unique non-profit organization...

NEW HERBS THAT ARE OR WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON!!

Blog: CAROLINA HERBS!!!   -   Sunday June 18, 2017   -   By Elaynn

Well, now that summer is finally in full swing, so aren’t many of my herbs!  This year, I’m adding a few new ones that will be available: ALL HERBS ARE DRIED, OF COURSE. By saying will be ready by a certain date, I mean in my store and available for...

Honey of the Harvest Club!

Blog: What's the Buzz?   -   Thursday June 15, 2017   -   By Marcie

It all happened last Sunday. We were enjoying the aroma of newly ripening honey in our backyard apiary. Inspiration and sweetness filled the air. And Rolf said...."What about a club where folks could get different kinds of honey all year long?"...

Tomatoes Ripe By The Vine Full

Blog: Green Earth Gardens   -   Monday June 12, 2017   -   By LadyDanu9

Yes, My Friends! The vine ripe tomatoes are coming in and boy are they juicy, plump & delicious! I'm just waiting on the admin(s) @ localharvest.org to ok the listing on localharvest.org. I am selling them for $1.50/lb .... and they're worth it!

Hot and windy, not so good for spring crops

Blog: Abbe Hills Farm CSA   -   Monday June 12, 2017   -   By Laura

Greeting shareholders, This week, we’ll have spicy mixed mustard greens, more bok choi, radishes, the last of the green garlic, and sugar snap peas (yeah!).  We also have some basil and parsley plants that you can take home to grow on your...

Spring chicken

Blog: Callister Farm   -   Wednesday June 07, 2017   -   By Lori

How swiftly time moves! June is such a lovely month when the fields turn green with the first flush of corn, beans, hay and small grains. The song birds are busy courting, building nests and raising their families.  Our chickens have grown nicely and...

CSA Shares: DELIVERY

Blog: M's Organic Sustainable Farm   -   Tuesday June 06, 2017   -   By MM

If you live 25 miles away or less, I will deliver your CSA share to you w/ 4 or more subscriptions per one drop off point  ** or I will do one share if you would like to pay the Delivery fee. Why not make it the church , the office or school if...

Gourmet Beef Available Now!

Blog: Springhaven Farm   -   Monday June 05, 2017   -   By MilkMaid

It's that time of year when grilling season is getting into full swing. We have plenty of gourmet beef available so get your orders in early. Best recipes for meat can be found at foodnetwork.com and cookingchanneltv.com. A great grill to use for superb...

Start the season this week

Blog: Abbe Hills Farm CSA   -   Monday June 05, 2017   -   By Laura

Greetings shareholders of Abbe Hills Farm CSA, You are on the list to pick up your veggie share on Mondays, starting today, June 5.  Pickup time is 4:30 until 6:00 pm.  The farm address is 825 Abbe Hills Road, Mt. Vernon.  If you think...

NEW CROP IS IN!!!!!

Blog: Bee Wilde Bee and Honey Farm - Montgomery, Texas   -   Thursday June 01, 2017   -   By Wendy

June 1, 2017... We are extracting our new crop local honey!!!! YAY!!!! This year has been great, good rains, and FLOWERS GALORE!!! Stay tuned as we update you on the going's on at Bee Wilde Bee and Honey Farm! Current Inventory:...

We Are Now Open!!

Blog: Green Earth Gardens   -   Thursday June 01, 2017   -   By LadyDanu9

Eggs every other week & tomatoes available along with some house plants.

Barbara L. Just won May's Art Contest

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Thursday June 01, 2017   -   By Arlene

 You won May's Art Contest Barbara L.!

2017 Season starts June 5

Blog: Abbe Hills Farm CSA   -   Thursday May 25, 2017   -   By Laura

Greetings new and returning shareholders of Abbe Hills Farm, Contrary to my original plan, which seemed quite reasonable in back February,  we’re not able to start CSA pickup next week.  Nothing’s growing!  Our CSA pickups will begin the...

2017 Permaculture in Practice Workshops at Salaman...

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Sunday May 21, 2017   -   By Susana

Clear Creek, south of Berea, KY  Details & registration info  below the flier. ...

Yellow Bird Farm

Blog: Yellow Bird Organics   -   Monday May 15, 2017   -   By Jade

Small Market Farm on the Sheyenne River Fargo ND •hyper local• certified organik• integrity • Premium produce????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Updates on Green Earth Gardens And Our Veggies

Blog: Green Earth Gardens   -   Monday May 15, 2017   -   By LadyDanu9

Updates can be found, via video, at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpx4rpWjMdwC0lM6tLyAOgw Come see exactly what I've got & just how far along things are. The tomatoes, the biggest ones I have, are now going from a green to a yellowish; that shade...

Spring has definately sprung!

Blog: Living Water Farm   -   Friday May 12, 2017   -   By Terri

Glad to have warmer weather finally! Sorry for being out and not posting but had to buy a new laptop. Easier to create posts than on the phone. My first batch of broilers are in the freezer with most of them sold at the market these past few weeks. My...

Lots of changes

Blog: Moonstruck Farms   -   Thursday May 11, 2017   -   By Rowena

We apologize for being out of the loop, but boy have we been busy.  We are now at the Phelan Certified Farmers Market on Mondays 2 pm to 6 pm, Wrightwood CFM Fridays 4 pm to 7 pm and Running Springs CFM Saturdays 10 am to 2 pm and we deliver to the Tri...

Thank you for stopping by my blog. An update on .....

Blog: Green Earth Gardens   -   Thursday May 04, 2017   -   By LadyDanu9

opening. It is still full steam ahead on opening on the 15th of this month (May, 2017). We have a plethora tomatoes that are green & that doesn't even count the Everglades tomatoes & yellow pears. Beans are juuuust starting to come in. Picked first of...

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